☎ 1988 CAMARO IROC Z28-G92 PACKAGE /5 SPEED & HARDTOP (RARE) ☎

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$9, 500. 00( Negotiable )

Clearwater, FL, USA

Clearwater

Private

August 26, 2020

33763

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📢 I am selling my all original stock 1988 Camaro Iroc Z28

This car runs and drives great and is a rare find!
There are very few 305 TPI (LB9) 5.0’s out there that are mated with a 5 speed manual transmission & hardtop (with the G92 package & RPO codes that this car has).

👉 This car delivers 220 HP compared to the 350 which has 225 HP.
👉 The standard engine was the LO3 5.0-liter EFI rated at a paltry 170 horsepower.
👉 This car is also equipped with the High Performance 5.7 motor cam.
👉They did not make a 5 speed manual transmission for the 350 motor.

The console still has the original RPO codes sticker under the center console armrest.
The interior is all original and only the drivers seat has a rip along the backrest.It also still has the original factory radio as well.
This is your chance to own a classic muscle car at a fraction of the price of a new Camaro that will continue to only go up in value and is now 32 years old and is officially a collector.
Trust me when this car is gone it will be very hard to find another one.There were only 307 made with these options and they are very hard to find, especially in factory condition!

👉 New: Have all receipts:

Factory color paint job
Brand new clutch
Clutch master & slave cylinder-
New battery-
New brakes-
New fuel pump-
New fuel float assembly-
New water pump-
New serpentine belt
Brand new Firestone Firehawk Wide Oval Indy 500 Series tires-225/50/16
(1988 was the first year that the Iroc had a 16 inch wheel upgrade option)
New window sweeps-
New dash pad-
Just replaced front brake calipers & brakes on 8/27/19
Etc…
* I removed the old horn button and cigarette lighter to replace them and never got around to it.
These can be easily purchased on Ebay for OEM and aftermarket.

👉 SPECS:

1988 Chevrolet Camaro IROC-Z, 5 Speed Manual,305 TPI!
Posi traction with G92 Rear end!
J65 Brakes!
This car has performance options that are sought after.
(LB9) 5.0L TPI engine 220hp when mated to a (MK6) Borg Warner 5 Speed Manual Transmission (not available with a 5.7L engine).
(G80) Limited Slip Rear Axle.
(G92) Performance rear axle.
(3.45 Gears with Manual Transmission).
(J65) Large 4 Wheel disc brakes.
High performance 5.7 motor cam.
(KC4) engine oil cooler-
Hardtop model (no T-Tops) gives you a stiffer body and better handling and hard to find!

Steering:
7 ply-joint vs 4 ply in base camaro improves rag joint stiffness and offers better angular deflection. Recirculating-ball power steering with fast 12.7:1 ratio, plus limited boost to improve road feel.

Other options, equipment, facts:
Modified McPhearson Strut, Special chassis bracing. Full Instrumentation. Special front fascia with integral airdam. Ground effects rockers

Don’t confuse this car with an L03-305 Iroc-Z28
Most of those cars were T-tops and lacked in horsepower and are readily available!

👉 1988 History:

1988 brought about some welcome changes in the horsepower department, as well as a somewhat revised exterior scheme. The Z28 was discontinued, and the IROC was now its own model. For the first time in the history of the Camaro, no carbureted Camaros were available. All motors offered fuel injection of some sort. The base IROC motor had the TBI injection that was very similar to what was found on the trucks. A new camshaft finally found its way into the 305 TPI and boosted horsepower to 195 horse in the auto, and a stout 220 horse when backed with the T5. The 350 also got a small horsepower boost to 225 horse. All of the V8s starting in 88 had “guided rocker arms” that featured a stamped-in lip on each side of the pad that contacts the valve stem.

The exterior of the IROCs received a mild update for 88. The most noticeable difference is that the wheels have been slightly changed. Instead of one line through the center of each spoke, there were now two lines, and the center area was a little different. Here’s an interesting tidbit: for the first time, the 16″ wheel was an option on the IROC. The car came standard with a 15″ version. Along with that, the IROC-Z decal was a little smaller and moved to the rear of the door instead of the front. The stripe along the ground effects line now had the black line above the silver. The silver Z-28 badges on the exterior have been replaced with orange IROC-Z logos.

👉 Firsts:

This was the first year that the Iroc Z stood alone. The Z28 was discontinued, and the IROC was now its own model.
1988 was also the first time in the history of the Camaro that no carbureted Camaros were available.
(1988 was the first year that the Iroc had a 16 inch wheel upgrade option)
Visit this link to learn more about Irocs-
👉 https://www.iroczone.com/about/iroc-z-history/

👉 Best Investment:
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-13/the-iroc-z-is-your-best-investment-for-a-classic-camaro

Asking $9,500

( Serious Inquiries Only Please)
Please call Ron @ 352-220-9056 if interested and need more information.

Call and Text

(352) 220-9056

This car has performance options that are sought after.
(LB9) 5.0L TPI engine 220hp when mated to a (MK6) Borg Warner 5 Speed Manual Transmission (not available with a 5.7L engine).
(G80) Limited Slip Rear Axle.
(G92) Performance rear axle.
(3.45 Gears with Manual Transmission).
(J65) Large 4 Wheel disc brakes.
High performance 5.7 motor cam.
(KC4) engine oil cooler-
Hardtop model (no T-Tops) gives you a stiffer body and better handling and hard to find!

👉 Firsts:

This was the first year that the Iroc Z stood alone. The Z28 was discontinued, and the IROC was now its own model.
1988 was also the first time in the history of the Camaro that no carbureted Camaros were available.
(1988 was the first year that the Iroc had a 16 inch wheel upgrade option)
Visit this link to learn more about Irocs-
👉 https://www.iroczone.com/about/iroc-z-history/